The Official Mascot of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup has been unveiled for the biggest soccer tournament in Australia and New Zealand, which is a fun, cute, football-loving penguin.
Tazuni is the Official Mascot of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and it is Based on the ‘Eudyptula minor’ species endemic to Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia. Her name is a fusion of ‘Tasman Sea’ – which she calls home – and ‘unity’, a key value of the event.
Tazuni is a fun, football-loving penguin and the most important symbol for representing the World Cup in New Zealand and Australia. In a world that belongs to a super-skilled player, verse full of energy, and is ready to bring the joy of football to inspiring all fans and cheering the action during the tournament.
FIFA and the competition coordinating body — the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy for all Official Mascots in all the.
FIFA World Cup official mascots are a progression of exceptional characters for every occasion. The pattern started with the 1966 FIFA World Cup having World Cup Willie, quite possibly the earliest mascot to be related to a significant wearing contest.
Official Mascot of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Tazuni is a penguin based on the Eudyptula minor species which is endemic to New Zealand. Her name is a fusion of ‘Tasman Sea’ – which she calls home – and ‘unity’, a key value of the event.
She is confident.
She is stylish.
She is Tazuni.
With a name coming from a mix of the Tasman Sea, where she was born, and Unity, this 15-year-old is ready to capture the spirit of an event that will go.
As sport is a way to motivate oneself, in the same way, Tazuni expresses herself and the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023, which will provide a new inspiration to the new generation of football fans and participants from across the globe.